Schuman's National Underclassmen Combines Grades Top 25 Signing Day Classes and Early NCAA Football Rankings

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Nation’s Foremost Recruiting Showcase Releases Top 25 Classes and Teams for ’12-’13 Season

Dave Schuman, founder of the Schuman’s National Underclassmen Combines (, the largest high school football combine and college football recruiting showcase in the country, released the organization’s top 25 list for best recruiting classes as well as an early list of its top 25 teams for 2012-2013 NCAA football season this weekend. The official evaluation partner of the US Army All American game and the gold standard for high school football combines in the country, Dave Schuman and the NUC are renowned by NCAA programs as the go-to source for combine results, statistics, and expert recruiting information.

“This signing day saw some very special talent commit to programs across the country,” stated NUC founder and director Dave Schuman. “As is the case each year, the NUC saw the majority of these players come through our combines and we are intimately familiar with their strengths. We are proud of each and every athlete going on to play collegiate football, and know they will all contribute to their respective programs through their athletic prowess and strength of character.”

Dave Schuman and the NUC ranked the signing day classes attached:
Season Team Rankings Top 25
1     Alabama
2     USC
3     Oregon
4     Oklahoma
5     LSU
6     Georgia
7     Arkansas
8     West Virginia
9     Wisconsin
10     Michigan
11     South Carolina
12     Florida State
13     Clemson
14     Texas
15     Virginia Tech
16     Ohio State
17     Stanford
18     Notre Dame
19     Washington
20     TCU
21     Michigan State
22     Nebraska
23     Kansas State
24     Boise State
25     Auburn

David Schuman ( is widely regarded as one of the top evaluators of football players in the USA. His National Underclassmen Combines have become the largest combine tour system in the world for football with over 88 regional events, 5 u100 invite only camps, the NUC Top Prospect Camp and now the NUC All World Gridiron Classic. Over 3000 D-1 athletes have gone through the program including over 350 All Americans, and over 10,000 athletes going on to play collegiate football. The success of Schuman’s National Underclassmen Combines was illustrated most recently on National Signing Day when nearly 1,000 alumni of the combines announced where they would play their NCAA football. Additionally, over 200 of the 348 players from the 4 major All-American games including the US Army Game, Under Armour Game, NUC All World Gridiron Classic and Offense-Defense All American Game were also NUC alums. In total, over 3,000 NUC alums have gone on to play D-1 football since NUC began.

About National Underclassmen Combine                    
The National Underclassmen Showcase for Football was founded by the originators of the National Underclassmen Football Combines. Over the past five years, the NUC has led more than 2,000 athletes to division 1, 1aa, and DII scholarships scholarship offers while thousands more have gone on to play college ball. The company has taken the principle of the football showcase and is now applying it to lacrosse, bringing in the best football coaches and athletes to run the showcase, combined with the NUC's timing staff to bring the first true testing and showcase for Lax with the sole aim to get the athletes recruited for college. All events are video taped and the results will be sent to every college in the U.S. To see what NUC’s done in the past, visit The company is proud to expand its program to more than 60 cities and more than 180 events throughout the U.S.

For high school football athletes who are diamonds in the rough or who play for small schools, or elite athletes looking to be seen as early as possible, Schuman’s provides a forum and showcase for those athletes to expose their talents. It is their job to get that information out to college football recruiting teams nationwide. Visit to find out more information.

Press Contact: Charlie Bernard – cbernard(at)ccbstrategies(dot)com


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